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    I want one of these.

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    Looks like a blinged-out Bat cycle from the Dark Knight films.

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    Triumph Rocket IV?

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    It is a....

    Dodge Tomahawk

    Description

    The Dodge Tomahawk is a non–street legal concept vehicle introduced by Dodge at the 2003 North American International Auto Show that was subsequently produced and sold in very small numbers. Wikipedia



    Engine: 8.3 L (506.5 cu in) 20-valve 90 V-10



    Fuel capacity: 3.35 US gal (12.7 l; 2.79 imp gal)



    Power: 500 hp (370 kW) @ 5600 rpm (claimed) (45 kW:L power:displacement ratio)



    Parent company: DaimlerChrysler AG



    Weight: 1,500 lb (680 kg) (claimed) (wet)



    Transmission: 2-speed manual



    Tires: Front (2): 20"4", Rear (2): 20"5"



    How fast does the Dodge Tomahawk go?

    First up is the Dodge Tomahawk capable of speeds up to 420 mph and an acceleration of 0 to 60 miles an hour in 2.5 seconds.
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    That should excite a few of you revheads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ootai View Post
    First up is the Dodge Tomahawk capable of speeds up to 420 mph and an acceleration of 0 to 60 miles an hour in 2.5 seconds.
    A bit slow at 0-60m/h compared to the Tesla roadster at 1.9s. Though the roadster is limited to 400km/h top speed to be street legal.

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    I'm still riding my limited edition 2013 Triumph Speed Triple SE and my 2016 Ducati Hypermotard 939.

    Safe to say they are both very much for sale in the anticipation of the new Triumph Speed Triple RS 1200 about to his our showrooms next month!

    FUCK YES

    What kind of Motorcycle do you own.-29953-latest-speed-triple-rs-will

    What kind of Motorcycle do you own.-660-speed-triple-family-multi-block

    The Latest Speed Triple RS Will Triumph Above All in 2021 - Phuket Times news
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    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    Kawasaki Z900RS

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    If given the chance, I would like to own a big bike instead of luxurious and high performance cars. I just think it suits my personality and comfort better. Although my target is something from Honda, I am also dreaming and eyeing the new Ducati V4S (dream on right). It sets the bar high on looks, power, weight and features all the tech you would expect. Ohlins electrically adjustable suspension, cornering ABS, slide stability, a lean angle conscious quickshifter, a beautiful TFT dash, and, of course, the spectacular single sided swingarm with no huge exhaust to ruin the lines are all included.

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    I own a 1986 Honda Dream

    Also I also own an 2005 Yamaha Aerox but my brother drives that. And my sister uses my motorcycle alot so whatever here.

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    What kind of Motorcycle do you own.-dscf1049-jpg

    I ride everyday. For this being the Thai Ex-pats Forum, I don't see many ex-pats out riding. The pictures I see, are you in Thailand ? This PCX 160 kicks ass. Out on the highway if you need to pass, up to 90 or 100 real quick, and in the city kicks ass. While the macho boys are slamming gears the automatic is making tracks. One thing that attracted me to Thailand was the weather., you can easily ride year round, and seeing 80 year old women riding, if they can ride I sure as hell can. I grew up and grew old living in Ohio, and learning to ride in Ohio. So here in Thailad 65 degrees and rain ain't shit. On a nice Spring morning in Ohio you think how macho it would look riding into work on the Harley, weather changes throughout the day and you ride home in the fucking snow. I'm sure a lot of people think riding here is dangerous. An experienced rider is always defensive, you are always watching out for the big SUV to do something stupid, because they can kill you, here in Thailand is no different. I've made it 65 years without letting fear stop me from doing the things I like to do. If any ex-pats are out there riding, this Honda PCX 160 is a damn nice machine.

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    I ride but gave up on the larger cc here and long distances as there are just too many variables to a safe journey. I still get on a bike for short trips. I also gave up my bikes in the uk, partly due to kids but mainly due to the traffic, you couldn'y open it up properly anymore, upto 120 to 140mph for a shott time, then hit traffic and back to 60. Anyway good on you, there isn't anything like a spin on a bike to blow the cobwebbs away.

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    A lot of people say they give it up. I have no intention of giving it up. I live out in the sticks, traffic not so bad. Even on the main roads. And I much prefer taking the scooter into the city rather than the truck. it's easy to beat the traffic on a scooter and parking isn't usually a problem. When I see 80 year old women out there riding I think fuck yes I can ride. TIT

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    A new Thai=manufactured scooter on the market next week

    Alpha Volantis is set to officially launch its first premium automatic motorcycles, the HORIZON 300 and HORIZON 150, both of which are produced at the factory in Chachoengsao province, at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2022 in December.

    Horizon 300

    276 cc engine, water-cooled delivers a maximum torque of 21.8 Nm at 5,000 rpm, delivering 13.6 kW at 6,500 rpm.
    Alpha Bule Blue, Hazy Sky Gray and Deep Space Black.
    119,900 baht

    Horizon 150

    150 cc air-cooled engine delivers a maximum torque of 8.5 Nm at 5000 rpm. Delivers 7.4 kW of power at 6500 rpm
    Vivid Blue, Deep Red, Crystal White and Deep Space Black
    72,500 baht

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    A muckle brute!

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